Photographer George Steinmetz takes a self-portrait with a camera mounted on the underside of his paraglider wing while piloting. George was on assignment for National Geographic Magazine story about the Empty Quarter of Arabia, and is seen here over Ramlat Fasad. He used the paraglider to get an aerial perspective on the world's largest sand sea. | Location: Ramlat Fasad, Oman.
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